I graduated from the University of Washington in 2016 with a double major in economics and political science.
Over the last five years, I have lived and worked in Bothell, and plan to raise my family here. I am currently working towards my Juris Doctorate degree at Seattle University Law School.
Previously I served five legislative sessions as a Legislative Aide in the Washington State House of Representatives and Washington State Senate. In these positions, I worked on a variety of legislation to better our community such as improving health care access for the elderly and adding climate change to the list of requirements of local planning policy.
Today, I serve on the Bothell Landmark Preservation Board where I work with fellow board members to identify and advise the city on past and future development projects.
My partner Kaylee is a high school math teacher and lifelong Washingtonian. We spend our spare time outdoors, biking on the Burke-Gilman and many other great trails around Bothell. I am also an avid tennis player and play the electric guitar.